LLB Part 2 Law of Transfer of Property Past Papers 2007-2019

Law of Transfer of Property is compulsory paper in LL.B part 2 examination which is vital to understand the property laws in Pakistan. Law of Transfer of Property, Mortgage, Sell, Lease and all the related laws are came under its shade. All the year wise past papers of Law of Transfer of Property of LL.B Part 2 is arranged here for students of LL.B part 2.

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LL.B Part 2 Law of Transfer of Property Past Papers 2007 To Onward

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2007 Paper-IV

i) Attempt FIVE questions, selecting TWO questions from Section A & One question each from the remaining Sections.

Part-A (Transfer of Property Act,. 1882)

Q.1. What do you mean by “Simple Mortgage”? Discuss its essentials.

Q.2. What do you mean by “Ostensible Owner”? Discuss the law ‘for the transfer of property by Ostensible Owner.

Q.3. What is a “Lease”? How is it mode? Explain.

Q4. Explain the rights of “Mortagee in possession”

Part-B (Land Acquisition Act 1894)

Q.5 What is the procedure of acquisition of land for the Companies under the Act?

Q.6 What steps are taken by the land acquisition collector before making an award? Explain.

Part-C (Registration Act 1908)

Q.7 What is the effect of non-registration of documents’ required to be registered? Discuss.

Q.8 What procedure is adopted by registering officer when a document is duly presented to him for registration? Explain.

Part-D (Succession Act)

Q.9 What is the procedure for acquisition of new domicile?

Q.10 What is “Succession Certificate”? How it is acquired? Explain.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2008 Paper-IV

Section A.: Transfer of Property Act, 1882

Q.1 Explain the clog on the right of redemption.

Q.2 What is Sale? Discuss the rights of the seller.

Q.3 Define a gill. How is transfer of property affected by a gift? In what way it is different from a gill under Islamic Law?

.Q.4. Write short notes on any two Of the following.

(i) Lease (ii) Exchange (iii) Usufructuary mortgage

Section B: Land Acquisition Act, 1894

Q.5. What is the requirement of publication of notification U/S 4 of the Land Acquisition Act? Discuss the power of the officer / official under such notification.

Q.6 What are the matters to be neglected in determining Compensation by the Court.
Section C: Registration Act, 1908.

Q.7 What are the powers and duties of registering officer under the Registration Act?

Q.8 What .are the rules regarding presenting the document for registration and discuss the procedure on admission and denial of execution respectively.

Section D: Succession Act, 1925

Q.9 What do you mean by Succession Certificate? Discuss the procedure to grant a succession certificate by a Court and what is its effect.

Q.10. Write short notes on any two of following. (i) Domicile (ii) Executor or administrator

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2009 Paper-IV

Section A (Transfer of Property Act, 1882)

Q1. What is sale? Discuss the rights of seller.

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Q2 What are the rights and liabilities of mortgagee?

Q3 Define Lease. What are the essentials of Lease agreement? How does the Lease of Immovable property comes to an end:

Q4 Write short notes on any Two of the following:

(I) Marshalling (ii) Foreclosure (iii) Subrogation

Section B (Land Acquisition Act 1894)

Q5 What is the producer acquisition of Land for Companies under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894?

Q6 What matters a Court may take into consideration in determining the compensation to be awarded for Land acquired under the Act?

Section C (Registration Act, 1908)

Q7 What are the documents of which registration is optional?

Q8 What is the remedy available to the person aggrieved by order of the sub-registrar? Discuss.

Section D (Succession Act, 1925)

Q9 Explain Succession Certificate. When can it be revoked? Is there any right of appeal against such Revocation?

Q10 Define and explain any Two.

(I) Codicil (II) Executor (III) Probate

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2010 Paper-IV

Section A: Transfer of Property Act, 1882

Q.1.Who is an ostensible owner? Explain the law relating to the transfer of property by an ostensible owner.

Q.2.Explain the rights of the mortgagee in possession.

Q.3.Define the lease. What are the essentials of the lease? agreement? How does the lease of immovable property come to an end?

Q.4.Write short notes on any two of the following:

(I) Subrogation (II) Marshalling (III) Foreclosure

Section B: Land Acquisition Act, 1894

Q.5.What steps are taken ‘by the Land Acquisition Collector before making an award? Explain.

Q.6.Discuss the procedure of acquisition of Land in case of Urgency

Section C: Registration Act, 1908

Q.7.What is the effect and value of an unregistered document which requires compulsory registration?

Q.8.What procedure is adopted by registering officer when a document is duly presented to him for registration? Explain.

Section D: Succession Act, 1925

Q.9.What is the procedure for acquisition of New Domicile?

Q.10. Define “Succession Certificate”. How it is acquired? Explain.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2011 Paper-IV

SECTION-A (Transfer of Property Act 1882)

Q.1 Discuss the doctrine of Part-Performance. What are Its essentials?

Q.2 What is Sale? Discuss the rights and duties of the buyer.

Q.3 Mite a detailed note on “Contribution to mortgage debt”.

Q.4 Write a comprehensive note of transfer of property by “Gift”.

SECTION-B (Land Acquisition Act 1984)

Q.5. What is the procedure for the acquisition of Land for companies?

Q.6 Explain the difference between a reference to Court U/S 18 and U/S 30 of the Act.

SECTION-C (Registration Act 1908)

Q.7 What is the remedy available to the person aggrieved by the order of Registrar?

Q.8. What are the duties and powers of registering officers?

SECTION-D (Succession Act 1925)

Q.9 What do you understand by “Domicile”? How be a new domicile acquired?

Q.10 What is “Succession Certificate”? How is it acquired? Explain.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2012 Paper-IV

Section A: Transfer of Property Act 1882

Q.1 What do you understand by “Lis-Pendens”? Explain its ingredients.

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Q.2 Explain mortgage. Discuss different kinds of mortgages.

Q.3 Discuss mortgagee’s right of “Foreclosure”.

Q.4 Write short notes on any two of the following:

(I) Marshalling Seburities. ii) Prohibition on Tacking iii) Gift

Section B: Land Acquisition Act 1894

Q.5 What is the procedure of acquisition of Land companies?

Q.6 What steps are taken by land acquisition collect before making an award’? Explain.

Section C: Registration Act 1908

Q.7 What is the effect of non-registration of the document which requires compulsory registration?

Q.8 Discuss the duties and powers of registering officers.

Section D: Succession Act 1925

Q.9 Discuss how a succession certificate is revoked?

Q.10 Discuss the procedure for acquiring a new domicile.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2013 Paper-IV

Section A: Transfer of Property Act 1882

Q1. Who is an “ostensible owner”? Discuss in detail the law regarding transfer of property by an Ostensible owner.

Q2 Explain contract for sale. What are rights and duties of buyer?

Q3 Explain the principles of “Foreclosure” and Sale mortgaged property.

Q4 Write a detailed note on “Gift” as provided in Transfer of property Act 1882.

Section B: Land Acquisition Act 1894

Q5 Discuss the procedure of acquisition of land in case of Urgency.

Q6 What is an award? How it is made? Explain in detail.

Section C: Registration Act 1908

Q7 What are the documents of which registration is optional?

Q8 What are the power and duties of registering Officers? Section D: Succession Act 1925

Q9 Explain the restrictions on grant of Succession Certificate and describe how it can be revoked?

Q10 Discuss the law relating to the acquisition of “domicile”.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2014 Paper-IV

Section A: Transfer of Property Act 1882

Q1 What do you understand by “Lis Pendens”? Explain its ingredients.

Q2 Explain the principle of ”Marshalling Securities”.

Q3 Explain Lease. How it is made? How does it come to an end?

Q4 Explain the Law relating to “Gift” as provided in Transfer of Property Act I 882.

Section B: Land Acquisition act 1894

Q5 Discuss the procedure of acquisition of land in case of urgency.

Q6 Explain the difference between a reference to court U/S 18 and U/S 30 of the Act.

Section C: Registration Act 1908

Q7 What is the effect of non-registration of the document which requires compulsory registration.

Q5 What is the remedy available to a person aggrieved by the order of Sub-registrar?

Section D: Succession Act 1925

Q9 Explain “Succession Certificate”. When it can be revoked? Is there any right of appeal against such revocation?

Q10 Discuss the Law relating to “Will’ as provided in Succession Act.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2015 Paper-IV

Section A: Transfer of Property Act 1882

Q1. Discuss the Doctrine of part- performance. What are its essentials?

Q2 What is Mortgage? Explain its different kinds?

Q3 How is Lease made? What are the rights and duties of lessee?

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Q4 Explain the principle of Subrogation?

Section B: Land Acquisition Act 1894

Q5 Explain the procedure of acquisition of Land for Companies.

Q6 Explain the difference between references to court U/S 18 U/S 30 of the Act.

Section C: Registration Act 1908

Q7 What are the duties and powers of registering offices?

Q8 What is the remedy available to the person aggrieved by the order of sub-registrar?

Section D: Succession Act 1925

Q9 What is the remedy available to the person against the revocation of succession certificate?

Q10 Discuss the Law relating to will as provided in Succession Act.

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2017 Paper-IV

SECTION A: Transfer of Property Act 1882

Q.1 What do you understand by “lis pendens”? What are the essential requirements of this doctrine?

Q.2 What do you understand by “redemption of the mortgaged property” as provided in section 60 of TPA? Explain in detail.

Q.3 What is “contribution to mortgage debt? Explain.

Q.4 Explain the rights and duties of lesser and lessee.

SECTION B: Land Acquisition Act 1894

Q.5 Explain the procedure of acquisition Of land for companies as provided in Land Acquisition Act.

Q.6 Explain the difference between a reference to the court made under section 18 and section 30 of the land acquisition act.

SECTION C: Registration Act 1908

Q.7 What are the documents of which registration is optional?

Q.8 What is the remedy available to the persons aggrieved by the order of sub-registrar?

SECTION D: Succession Act 1925

Q.9 What do you understand by domicile? How a new domicile be acquired?

Q.10 What is the remedy available to person against the revocation of succession certificate?

Law of Transfer of Property LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2019 Paper-IV

Note: Solve Five Questions in all, 2 from Part-I and 3 from each remaining part of the paper.

Part-I (Transfer of Property Act, 1882)

Q1. How many types of mortgages are given in Transfer of Property Act, 1882? Please Explain all with examples.

Q2. What is the concept of “Bonafide Purchaser” without notice with consideration? Please explain with the reference to section 41 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882.

Q3. Explain the principle f Subrogation?

Q4. What is the law relating to gift as provided in Transfer of Property Act, 1882?

Part-II (Land Acquisition Act, 1894)

Q5. What are the special powers granted in case of urgency as provided under section 17 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894?

Q6. Under what provision of law objections are heard for the land to be acquired coupled with the fact that the same is being acquired for public purpose?

Part-III (Registration Act, 1908)

Q7. Explain the law relating to deposit of Wills under Registration Act, 1908.

Q8. What are the duties and powers of registering officers?

Part-IV (Succession Act, 1925)

Q9. Explain the procedure of construction of Wills as envisaged under Succession Act, 1925.

Q10. What are the powers and duties of an executor or administrator?

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